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Album Review

Ventura, CA, screamo outfit Glass & Ashes unveil an impressive debut with Aesthetic Arrest. Launched with the inventive "Black Beneath the Eyes," guitarist Jesse Jenny, drummer Michael Gleeson, and bassist Michael Carter punch out a tense, rumbling musical canvas on which the hoarse-voiced Dave Hall paints his pain and opinion. Balancing the hardcore approach of, say, vintage Dag Nasty with the dynamics of sorely underrated labelmates Planes Mistaken for Stars, G&A are steeped in melody and energy, as evidenced by the upbeat "The Art of Selling" and the edgy scorch of "Controlled Burn." Behind their capable roar, G&A have a noticeable depth on "Dividing Line," which places the band in the company of other fine American outfits like Thrice and Scatter the Ashes. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Woo!

This band is pretty good...I must say :D Black Beneath the Eyes is one of my favorites once it get's going (kindof reminds me of Rise Against's "Give It All" ...a bit) and the rest of the songs are prettydamngood too :)

Just great.

The first show I ever played was opening for Glass And Ashes on January 23, 2004 at the Harmony Sweet in Simi Valley, CA. They put on an incridble show. This album is a great representation of the band and would recomend it to anyone. Great album. Pick it up. You'll like it.

Tears your face off!

I got into this band because one of the members is also part of THE T4 PROJECT and I wanted to hear how he influenced the sound of that CD. GAA is a lot different--sounds very influenced by Neurosis. The songs were very cool--I highly recommend this record!!!!

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